Paying Your Rent
Rent is paid in advanced in minimum fortnightly instalments. All rent payments must be made via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) or by Direct Deposit at any Westpac branch. Please note that our office does not accept rent payments in cash or by cheque.
Account Details for Rental Payments
When making your rental payments it is essential that you use your assigned reference number so that we can locate your payment. Failure to do so could result in your payment being lost or unallocated. If you are not sure what your reference number is, please ask your property manager.
Failure to pay your rent may result in your tenancy being terminated in accordance with the Residential Tenancies Act, and may also result in your details being listed on one or more tenancy history databases. If at any time you are unable to make a rental payment on or before the due date please notify our office immediately.
Your rental ledger is a complete history of your rental payments. One of the most valuable things you can have at the end of your tenancy is a rental ledger that shows your rent has always been paid on time. The rental ledger is a complete statement of every payment you make and the dates that the rent covers. It also shows if your rent has ever fallen behind. When it comes to applying for your next property, a good ledger will be extremely beneficial.